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Old 12-01-2007, 02:15 AM
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Could you elaborate a bit more how to get this done.
What kinda scanner etc.
Also how to interpret that data.
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Get it on a scanner & read ICP pressures & IPR DC% ....



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you need AE software & a laptop ,Or a snap on like I have , there may be more,....


It has to be capable of viewing live data...Injection control pressure(ICP) , injection pressure regulator duty cycle % (IPR),, ect.... with It , and an anologue guage , you will be able to pinpoint internal HP pressure leaks.....
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I kinda have an Idea, Just ordered an analog hi pressure oil gauge.
I wanna to test it out to eliminate pressure leaks.
Don't have AE soft, where do people buy that, or what the part number for snapon that you use?
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you need AE software & a laptop ,Or a snap on like I have , there may be more,....


It has to be capable of viewing live data...Injection control pressure(ICP) , injection pressure regulator duty cycle % (IPR),, ect.... with It , and an anologue guage , you will be able to pinpoint internal HP pressure leaks.....
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